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SubjectRe: [PATCH] make tags
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Dancer wrote:
> Oliver Xymoron wrote:
> >
> > On 30 Oct 1999, lars brinkhoff wrote:
> >
> > > Patch against Linux 2.3.24. It provides two new make targets:
> > > tags and tags-no-drivers. They will produce TAGS files with
> > > and without the source files in drivers, respectively.
> >
> > I think it would be more correct to call the targets etags, since they're
> > emacs-specific. Even though emacs is the one true editor, editor choice is
> > orthogonal to kernel development. Other than that, it's a fine idea.
>
> 'emtags' maybe? 'etag' is already overloaded....It's used in the HTTP
> space for entity tags, as well as being marketese for several kinds of
> smartcard device at the moment.

*yawn* Name 'em after the files they create. make tags should run
ctags (vi), make TAGS should run etags (emacs). With -no-drivers
variants for both.

zw

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